Anjika is a current senior studying Environmental Policy & Data Science, with a concentration in Urban Science. She is passionate about environmental action, community building, and the intersection of environmental & public health. Anjika is inspired by SERC’s initiatives and
Nat is a fourth year Society and Environment major, also pursuing a Japanese minor and Food Systems minor. Throughout their time at Berkeley, they have been involved in various communities working toward food justice. Food systems work—more specifically in the
Ty is a third year Conservation and Resource Studies major studying Environmental Policy with a focus on agriculture. They’ve been involved with the Berkeley Student Cooperative as Sustainability Coordinator and with the Berkeley Student Food Collective as Data Democratization Associate.
Victoria is a fourth year majoring in Molecular Environmental Biology. She became passionate about environmental justice and health from personal experiences growing up, and loves practicing sustainability in her own life. Victoria first joined SERC as a team member in
Trisha (she/her) is a rising junior majoring in environmental science and minoring in data science. She is interested in developing the relationships between natural resource management, policy and community building to build safer, more resilient communities. She grew up moving
Rona Lasam (they/she) is a Filipino-American and a sophomore at UC Berkeley. They are currently deciding their major as they explore their academic interests regarding economics, psychology, and politics. With Rona’s interest for sustainability and connecting with their queer identity,
Lydia is a second year studying Psychology and pursuing a Certificate in Design Innovation. Through researching climate psychology, she became interested in understanding the intersections between mental health and climate justice, such as eco-anxiety and ecological grief, in high-risk and